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New appointed partners at Tughans Solicitors in Belfast. Shot at St.Annes Square in Belfast with off camera lighting.
Alan Scott MacDonald was back in town for a while and called me up for a portfolio shoot. I had worked with Alan in the past and I wasn’t surprised to hear that he had moved to England and was already getting work on the big screen. At 6ft 2ins Alan is the perfect model [...]
I had a fashion shoot for a local shoe company and booked Nicole Chardae Toan as she is a very diverse model. Nicole has been modelling for many years and I found myself working fast to keep up with her as she knows how to move and change up.
Have a look at the design portfolio of Steven Fairfield. Steven was the creator of my logo and stationery and to date has been involved in some key projects. What I particularly like about Steven is his attention to detail and above all, his creativity.
I thought I should start a sequence of videos showing the nature of my shoots and giving users a behind the scenes look at how I go about shooting a subject on location. This first video is just an introduction so stay tuned for more in-depth coverage of your typical approach to outdoor people photography.
Had a photoshoot today with Graham Byrne chief officer at Swamp (Southern Waste Management Partnership). Graham was busy and was running in and out of a meeting in order to get his shots so had to move swiftly on this one. He’s a real gent and was very patient as I angled for the best shot.
I went down today to the offices of Plan and Prosper to shoot the Director Michael Mulholland and his associate Graeme Waring at their offices in Moira. The focus was business portraits so I took the guys outside to use the evening sun and two speedlights to create the look I was going for.
I was recently asked to shoot an editorial for the Crescent Arts Centre‘s ballet class. I have always had a great admiration and respect for ballet as a discipline because of it’s physical demands on the body and the dedication that one must have in order to succeed at it. I read Patrick Swayze’s autobiography
For me the relationship between light and darkness is a fascinating one. They are equal opposites and yet when brought together they create visual masterpieces. Often we don’t see the value in darkness, dismissing it as an underexposed attempt without really taking in it’s appeal. This is quite a contradiction in terms of technique from [...]
One of the biggest problems that a strobist will face when lighting a subject is coverage of light. When you consider the size of the head of a speedlight vs. your standard run of the mill monobloc its easy to see why we strobists finally succumb to large lights. There have been numerous attempts at [...]